7 reasons why we Americans don't vote

They think their vote won't count

Many Americans don't vote because they think their vote doesn't count. This is a common excuse that's rooted in the belief that the Electoral College chooses the President, not the voters. In reality, the popular vote in each state determines which candidate the Electoral College endorses for that state. Therefore, your vote does count within your state, and you should get out and exercise your right to vote.

 

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Showing 7 reactions

  • Q: We can't get to the polls
    A: Yes
  • Q: We just don't like the candidates
    A: Yes
  • Q: Lines are just too long
    A: Yes
  • Q: We are too often apathetic
    A: Yes
  • Q: To difficult to register
    A: Yes
  • Q: Too busy doing other things
    A: Yes
  • Q: They think their vote won't count
    A: Yes